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"kirk cameron" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

10:18 min | 9 months ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"You. Defray some of the risk of being in the stock market for example sign up today. Eddie Toro Dot Com Slash Shapiro. That's E. T. O. R. O. DOT COM Slash Shapiro. So you've been married for. What Twenty eight twenty nine years nine years okay and you met your wife on the set? Yeah Yeah no wife She actually played Mike's Girlfriend. I like to say that I stole my girlfriend away from He had excellent taste. And we've been married for twenty nine years She's from New York. I'm from Los Angeles East Coast West Coast so it's sort of like a a meeting of two worlds. But when I met her I found that she was not only beautiful. On the outside She was just beautiful on the inside. She she loved God. She loved kids she loved family and we hit it off and within a year we were married. So how old were you when you guys got married. I was twenty when I got married. Engaged a proposed. I think it was nineteen. Yeah so I was just like if I don't ask this girl to marry me somebody else will. I can't I cannot loser. Oh yeah now that that that by the way folks this is where we I mean. We agree on a lot of stuff but this is one area where we totally totally agree. You ever find the girl who you think you're gonNA marry just proposed like right then. How did you guys date before you? Before you were proposing well I think it was probably maybe maybe maybe six to nine months. Yeah so it wasn't. It wasn't all that long. Yeah but I just. I just knew that like I ever ever going to do better than this. You took your time. I propose to my wife three months in done twelve years coming up in July. So this the it's so funny when when we got engaged I had told her I love you a month before she said I love you back to me so it was a really awkward month. Finish every conversation. I'd say I love you and she'd say Oh thank you thank yeah and the reason was because as soon as she said I love you back. She knew that this was going to thing exactly so she said I love you back and naturally the first words out of my mouth for so. Let's get married. So let's get right and she she said No. Let's take our time. It'll be fun. I said You understand. This is not fun. Okay like the fun part is like when we get married. That's the fun part because now we're committed now. I don't have to worry about everything falling apart. This this is extremely nerve. Wracking thing off the table. That'd be great. I mean I understood the the the desire to delay marriage once. You found the person who you think you WANNA be with. Yeah Yeah I this this. This is a little random but I have one of my sons friends came home from college and his His girlfriend had come home from college alleged over Christmas I was saying to them. Hey housing's going great. You know we we want to get engaged. You WanNa get married next year and and we're GONNA take our next semester of school in Europe and I was like wait a minute. You'RE GONNA get married a year from now. Go into Europe like next semester. I'm like there's a way to romantic of a place while you're married like come on. He actually we made the plans and I married them like a week later. Like no joke vacation was over and I'm not even a minister so deigned we went to to the Presidential Library and and it was drizzling rain outside but we just walked up with flowers and I pronounce your wife and off they went fairs. That is awesome. So you've been married for almost three decades. So what are your keys to marriage to make a marriage. Last because obviously evaporated in the Hollywood World War marriages last up on an average about thirteen weeks. So what exactly are the keys easier. I say it all the time. I've been married twenty nine years which is like two hundred ninety in Hollywood and it's mostly because I have a very forgiving wife. I have an angel. NGEL wife She truly is amazing. Has Anybody who knows her But I I think I think it's the thing we all know at the end of the day. We can see selfishness in our spouse vows. Much easier than we can see it in our self and when I'm focusing on me and mine and my needs and my wants and all that stuff that's that's the perfect conditions wins for a rebellion But I think when I'm when I say you know what it's you before me How can I serve you if I can do do that and I need God's help to do that because I'm selfish by nature then I promote a revival in my marriage that's what I want and so With this marriage marriage and parenting conference that I that I'm that I'm hosting Those are the kinds of things. We talk about forgiveness. How do you cherish your spouse You know me misery the others joy Those are the kinds of things that are hard because it goes against the sort of the selfish nature within I deserve this. What have you done for me? You know better than that. But at the end of the day I know that I want. I'm still a work in progress. I'm not finish. Don't put the inspector inspection sticker on me yet yet and so. I don't WanNa do that to you either. What's been the most common problem that you've encountered from people at your seminars? Talking about marriage most common problem selfishness infidelity. You know I mean that's that's just such a hard one right. When when when something as sacred an intimate as marriage relationship it gets gets violated and that kind of way it's it's so hard to put the pieces back? It's so hard to trust again. You get wounded and injured. The walls go up and those are often often. I think the most difficult things. Obviously communication and money issues are big ones but It's interesting You know often when when we're dating our spouse or girlfriend or a boyfriend You know if we don't have any money and we're just sitting on the floor of an empty apartment eating pizza out of a box with no money to buy anything better. We're good that's fine. We don't have money problems you know. We can look at each other and gaze into one another's eyes for hours without saying a word and we got no communication problems but when selfishness Shenice creeps in you know and it's like when you're spending the money that I made and and all of a sudden communications problem intimacies a problem money's a problem and so I think think it's the selfishness thing it's the me monster always ends up being the culprit. You're not to give Hebrew Biblical scriptural analysis for the word for For Love in Hebrews Uva and and the root of that word is hub which the saints to give so the root of the Moon of love is to give meaning that. Obviously if you're giving first and then your marriage is okay. I've always felt that when people call into my show showing ask about this sort of thing. The first thing that I always say is if you haven't all the expectations of yourself but none of your spouse you'll have a good marriage and if you married the right person then that won't ruin. The mayor's people seem to think that you expect a lot of yourself. In nothing from your spouse your spouse go like everything go but if you married the right person. They're thinking the same thing that the expectation is on them and they don't expect of you and that's that's good. That means that there are two people who are ready dance or any problem as opposed to two people. Neither of whom wants to answer the problem in both of them are pointing fingers. That's such a good point. And that's one of the one of the messages essages came out of that movie. Fireproof was even if you haven't married the right person if if I can try to get my part right maybe maybe I will be used as sort of a vessel to bring about change in my spouse over time. I can't force it but maybe I can lead by example and that'll bring some sort of transformation to my relationship. If I'm patient I mean this is going to sound sexist. But it's not meant to be I. I firmly believe my wife believes this too. So it's not that text that the strength of a good marriage really relies on the man meaning. That women tend to be more attuned to what takes to make a good marriage. Men tend to be less attuned to that and so the marriage is only. We're GONNA be as good as the man is toward the marriage. Yeah exactly and so. So if he's strong and you're GONNA have a strong marriage exactly so you have six kids which is unthinkable to me. I happening right now. I'm full up and we have a third coming in March so we're not quite full up but I that's GonNa be interesting and hopefully we'll have more after that but you have six and they're all within you city six year span a seven year span. Yeah they're all about one year apart so when they were little just think. Just think of this. So my wife's got the double stroller the front pack the backpack while I'm traveling at work so one six one five four three two and a newborn. This is the kind of amazing using way for them. Maybe to and and now I just have to ask like you know I'm in my mom would come over sometimes but we never actually never had a nanny and really we. We could've used some help but I think Chelsea was just always so all in that it was like that's what she wanted her hands full of all the time and she still does. She thinks that that's like the most beautiful beautiful wonderful thing in the whole world. How could I ask for anymore to being a mom and so And to be there for all those little moments she treasured which I'm thankful for And as they've gotten older I'm just warning you. It doesn't really get easier so if you take different. You're not feeding them. You know bottles you're up worrying that they're are GonNa get home alive at night so now our kids are twenty two twenty one twenty nineteen eighteen. Seventeen so one's married. Some of moved out there driving driving. You have boyfriends. It's a whole new world. He said four of those kids are adopted. How do you make the decision to adopt? Well my wife is actually an adopted child herself off and so that was always a beautiful part of her story and when we had been married for about six years we talked about having a family and we were working a lot when we first got married married and then We said well what about adoption like why. Why don't we look into adoption? And I thought that was a great idea. I thought I don't need to be the DNA DNA donor is kids. Need Dad and a mom so we got in touch with an agency and we adopted our son Jack and it was such a great experience for us and for for them that They said there's another little girl that is needing a home and so bell was adopted and then a year later it was ANA and then it was luke and so we had four and then all of a sudden Chelsea says to me. Hey I think the kitchen. The the bathroom sink is broken. Would you go look at it and so that was my chance to strap on my tool belt and be score some points walk in there and I look at the sink. I couldn't tell what was wrong. I look underneath the I couldn't see what's wrong. I I go up to the faucets and I see this little this little popsicle stick shaped tests and it says positive live. And I'm like what are you trying to say. Thanks and then Lewis born and then a year later the sink broke again and James was born so now we have sacred. Okay all right we got we got we got to think about. What's going on here why this is happening and that right exactly but we stopped after the half dozen? So what are some of the lessons in parenting this one. I definitely didn't take from because right now.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:32 min | 9 months ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Probably one hundred different executives and producers and creators on TV shows and and they many of them would say openly that they had legitimate scorn for people in the middle of the country. With whom disagreed agreed on on these these sorts various they felt that the real issues that were perplexing people were not issues of faith. That wasn't that those people were speaking to and a lot of that was because they think the artistic endeavor from where I said very much seems to be from people. I was talking to reflective of the people who surround you so when I talked to the creators of friends in which is a lifestyle completely warned. Learned my own informed a lot of people in the middle country right people who are in their early thirties acting like they're seventeen years old. Living apartment together all single kid at one point out of wedlock for several years. The kids sort of shows up randomly several seasons later and and that's treated as perfectly normal. They've make a joke of it in the show and I remember talking to Kaufman. Who is one of the creators of friends and she said right but that was those were the people who I who? I'm surrounded by and so in other words the the bubble that you live in really defines the people who you're speaking to and so because the creative industries drawn so much much from L. A.. New York San Francisco and so little from Ohio in Iowa right there there. There just aren't a lot of stories that are being told from Ohio and Iowa which is why there's this broad kind and of gap in the market. So so so what seems like there's such fertile ground for so many of these projects with underserved market. And that's what I'm trying to do I would love to be a part of a more movies. More television shows documentaries live events I love being in front of people so I love traveling. I love getting on stage. I love performing forming. I think probably because I was on growing pains all those years But I find that people are looking for things to nobody wants to fail at family right. Nobody nobody goes to the altar thinking. Hey if this whole thing blows up up. I'm okay with it. We want marriage to work. We want parenting to work in. Parenting is hard. My wife and I have six children For them are adopted and so we have all all. We have a very diverse Group of people in our home and I think people want an appreciate things that helped them Live live life in a way that that just causes people to flourish families to flourish in the nation flourish. So I'm going to ask you about the family parenting stuff which is really where. You're you're putting most of your time at these days but I you've heard about cryptocurrency and you thought that sounds. Weird crypto currency wired. They're in the same word well. The reason they're in the same word is because effectively speaking. What crypto currency is is a digital way for you to protect your assets? Why what is it? Well they've created a thing called blockchain and then they create a cryptocurrency and then governments can't manipulate how much they currency is worth. That is just up to the free markets.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"All right, everybody. Here's what's opening this weekend at the movie theaters that looks really good little that's the one where the gal from black ish east. She's she's yes. Isa raise it. But I don't know the young girls named from blackish who actually came up with the idea for it and got it made in. It's kind of like big Tom Hanks, it's like we've seen this. Several. The devil wears product. Several Danny we've seen it. No. The whole concept of you know, the thirty the one with George Burns and Kirk Cameron wasn't there. One. Are you there? Hello. Chime Denver love him. I love him. He knew the by OPEC. But you know, what for kids and young? I think it helps fun. Yeah. Going the atom ated one that is just the animation in it looked so fun. That's opening this weekend. And of course, the Retha Franklin movie and. Amazing grace, it's playing it up. Yeah. Here's here's a couple of game of thrones by the number, and we're just I'm sorry that we're obsessed. Don't be sorry. The rest of the world is obsessed too. I know people it is here's how many people so he's one of game of thrones on HBO nine point three million watched to eleven point six three fourteen four nineteen five twenty six twenty six seven thirty two point eight million. That was the average audience.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"On Jason and Alexis I had such a crush on Kirk Cameron. No me too. I really really did take growing pains on the VCR. Re walk watch it repeatedly and rewind the parts for I thought he was really cute. Yeah. He was it like he was on every single magazine. Team b sixteen b. Gay kid in the closet weekly. Bringing you everything entertainment Jason and Alexis in the morning with producer dawn on mytalk one zero seven one. Hi, this is Jennifer owner of the smitten kitten. Do you think going into a store that specializes in sexual health and wellness isn't for folks? Like, you will remember before we say more that most people of all ages and walks of life believe some myths around sex and sexuality don't be scared thank of the smitten kitten as your friendly sexual Mythbusters for everybody. Our sex educators are here to help you make confident decisions that fit your budget, your style and your needs smitten kitten specializes in sexual health and wellness. We sell supplies toys books and gifts both in store and online smitten. Kitten selection is expertly curated to include only safe, nontoxic toys, and educational resources shopping at smitten kitten should be fun and easy just like shopping for anything else. So we worked to provide a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, you can ask questions, and we can bust the myth surrounding your lovely. We even offer classes, including sex and aging sober, sex and more. And remember holiday shopping can include a thoughtful and loving gift from the smitten kitchen so stop in. We're located at lake lyndale in uptown, Minneapolis or at smitten kitten online dot com when it comes to selling you, a mattress, most retailers are handing, you align. A long line of extra steps that drive up costs and create confusion. At the original mattress factory. We simplify the mattress shopping experience by building mattresses and box springs in our own local factories and selling them direct to you. It's short sweet and simply make sense so experience more than just a mattress store experience. In original the original mattress factory. I.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"I cannot help noting that one of your number. Seems to have fallen in the effort L, Bruce, Bruce. West taken by the elements. He got snowed out. He gets at the airport is what it gets going to hotels. Get stranded, Nebraska, Kansas, Nebraska. Got diverted to Nebraska. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. Okay. At. Stumbled down to the local saloon. Room for the night. Shilling pay pay twenty five cents for a bath. A farthing. They hotels Nebraska. I don't think they allow them. No, kansas. They do busy husking corn. Yeah. I love corn podcast. The best. I want in on that. Yeah. That clip of the guy eating corn with the like a wooden, spike. And he's all hurdles what's your favorite song? None wait. He he. Episode of. What imagine, you know, a long sharp little wooden sticks? Are Are we know what to do? do? And skewered a whole line of colonels, pluck them off and. Like his mouth sword swallowing. They worked his way through it. Yeah. Were they made a video of corncob? I didn't know that corn aligned so well into lines in my mind, it's all just a random. Yeah. Elegance to corn pretend. Yeah. People have been studying the corn patterns for years Kirk Cameron with the banana. But it's about corn. There's no other way corps. No line like that natural design take the fucking. Comes in corn goes out. It's indisputable snow explaining. Yeah. The hot dog on a stick should sell corn skewers inclusion sure is they're still hot dog on a stick. Is that still thing to one of the Santa Rosa malls been replaced by some kind of fucking cheese steak place or something? So it's like a chain. What is the surprised? It wasn't replaced with empty. Yeah. Well, that's the the rest of that mall is headed that dark, really fun. Uniforms, brightly colored unlimited? They pump it themselves. There's that dog video dressed like employee's of hot dog on a stick. It's fun. They sell cheese on a stick as well. Bred like corn dogs. They not have how stick it. And they have corn dogs. I have never seen the chain in the northeast. Okay. West. I've never heard of corn dogs and candy apples to things that come on a stick. There's a whole thing. They'll do it a lot of different ways. So you can get like a catch up or a mustard. And then they have these other things stick crystals. They will put on there. I don't know what they're made of crystal crystal. They're probably like, I don't live on the east coast. So I don't really know much. We have different kind of crystal out here. For that. And then there's no bun that is perverted. What that hot dogs? Corn corn dock has Brit. Okay. Stick. But you know. Just a corn dog. They just needed a brand name. For corn corn a hot dog on a steak. That's hot dog meat is not particularly good. You need the Brett. Oh, I love a hot dog. But the meat is bad. Plenty of hot dogs, just with a fork and knife. Yeah. Yeah. Sometimes I'm like, I or sometimes. Oh. Wrap it and I'm I'm more probably with the hot dog meat. But you don't have a problem with white bread the bread to absorb the grease. But sometimes I am so full the, but I still love the taste of a hot dog. And the breads Deprez is gonna get in the way at that point. I just need to put more hot to go out to Coney Island for the contest then. Yeah. Yeah. The breadth though, they do the hot dog. Breath problem with like, I mean this whole anywhere. He's right. The when you get white forget he's ranked hamburger on a hot. Yes. Exactly. One of the many things. He's right about from the book of Murphy. Yeah. That in the honeymooners like you put the the the bread gets wet, and greasy and white bread doesn't stand a bun thing. That's why it's a thirty second hotdog microwave. You slap piece of white bread. 'cause you're desperate hotdog microwave. I have regular microwave which is a hot dog, Mike. Okay. All right in like a minute. So it's like how soggy can it get we had a hotdog someone a hotdog toast? For the first two minutes. Just exactly yes. Thank you. Nailed it. You don't. Is that what happened to it?.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"A son a daughter both want a dad they wanna father and they wanna dad the leadership of a father the playfulness and relational aspect of a dad they want that and but anytime there's opportunity for repair and there hasn't been abuse and other things they're ready they're ready to connect whenever dad has time and that's that's an essential gift but a deck can give you know it's interesting because we we've been talking about this keeps cycling back and you used the word connect we talked with kirk cameron yesterday and his video connect in it it dealt with social media and the bottom line of all this stuff you know in this movie which is now he just had it released on dvd yesterday is that kids are longing for that one time right time and they want attention they want to they want a person to be able to pause their own life and enter their world to see the the world through their eyes and and their curiosity child longs to be known and so do adult sometimes when they become adults they're longing so much for provable and for an end to be known that they miss out on knowing their child and so for a data great trade is to learn how to pay attention had a pause the mind and to really enter child's world making time is is is essential and you have to you know the life is this is a nonstop world and so you have to press the brakes otherwise it's on autopilot down the road and kids long for touch a dad is willing to stop and touch their child gently and also play fleas courageous tackling them but also hugging and just being present and then the smile of a dad and approvals of love not approval i would say love for a child in that enjoyment and i really believe god wants us to be engaged in his creation would he has for us and he wants to toss when joy at many times we don't stop to enjoy we've been given danny you and i've talked about this and.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on The Basketball Friends

The Basketball Friends

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on The Basketball Friends

"Hobeika that means held so the no now what is what is that we charge trick to illustrate i couldn't believe musotto pitcher j looking like kirk cameron in the face all my unbelievable ugh look wicket has no on many a junk sacked more is polygraph john jr yager of right all the army are all young john young lee race cyrus not at all it's funny stuff guys sierra leone's you'll coal in hip up sort of like magic if i could do a kippa man like jay jay talks about like i get you know i'd rather have a million dollars go see it there whatever you said the site i sent out be live by that first i fought to keep up right now the call of work the subway in solid said earlier here's three options for your two to solve your mental crisis a million dollars some what's a popular medication for zoloft or a five trips to a therapist would what would you i would do work i would listen to the basketball friends it's free pay go to say if i try to if i tried to a kip up right now you look like the eleventh sit up in a row that's what it would look way did you guys think marcus smart had in him i just players where would marcus smart be on the top uh twenty if you're who dropped problem media thousand dollars annually out of thoughts exhaust a number one because you get these into legs some wealth does he actually is in nj right yes looked at.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Connect with them and say hey what what's this all about that is incredible okay so the website by the way connect movie dot com connect movie dot com and if people go there now weight's going to tell them like we're the theaters are in their neighborhood mellick on of jazz death right you put in your zip code there there's you're a they're just theaters and please if you're a parent if you're grandparent this is for you this affects you and your grandkid's if you're a teacher and you have students if you're a youth pastor are you have a ministry or you're your coach of a team with kids who are constantly on their phones take them and use it as an opportunity to start a discussion wow you thought this through having you yes heads get it's amazing to me because year i when i called you an impresario i don't know a few months ago i would what amazes is me is how god makes everybody so different i mean i'm an idea person but to put something like this together uh and to see it through to fruition that that really does take something and it's it's a kind of leadership it's a wonderful thing i'm just glad you're out because if you weren't doing this kirk who's doing this well you ever think on that yeah i do think about it and that's that's what that's what that's what drives guys like you and me as we think if not me then who right and if not now win and we've only got one shot at this with our kids okay folks are gonna be right back final segment with kirk cameron go to the website connect movie dot com this is like tomorrow and thursday you don't wanna miss this drank the kids dragged the family connect movie dot com.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on WLOB

"Starch dot com we have links to all of our social networking pages so while we were chatting with a kirk cameron president trump was making a bit of news talking about um the the situation of florida he also says that um well we need some controls uh when it comes to guns uh here's here's the president of these great united states subtle way bump stocks were writing that out i'm writing that out myself i don't care if congress does it or not i'm writing it out myself you put it into the machinegun category which is what it is it becomes essentially a machinegun many of nobody's got to be able it's going to be very hard to get him so we're riding out bumps stuck miller said paul thought of applause they are in the room deger a a yeah all right meanwhile we've got to governor rick scott wants to raise the age at the twenty one years old is that gonna do it is that go to make america safe again if you if you raise the age limit to 21 is that point to make people safe triple eight seven eight eight nine nine one zero our telephone number that's triple eight seven eight eight nine nine what zero i contend that if they're gonna do that if they are going to raise the age to twenty one before you can buy a firearm well maybe they ought to consider raising the driver's license aged to twenty one iran the numbers we check this out at the centers for disease control the cdc they keep track of the stuff more kids have been killed by truck drivers under age by the way than anything else in america that's the number one killer for tents so if if this really is about making kids safe bid maybe ought to raise the driver's license h two anyway the the president uh you know they're going to have a field day with this tomorrow on the morning shows the president says if he'd have been there he would have run in he would have run towards the danger to save the children that's what the president sets that's what the president says don't worry about the nra there on our side you guys here for yourself wrote of the nra there's nothing to be afraid of and you know what have dinner with you we have to.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Does they pay attention they notice it matters and and in this regard at a look there's a lot of the kirk cameron movie that his aim very very directly at religious believers he he views the the struggle with social media potentially as something where you can be greatly assisted by going to church and being involved and making a direct commitment to god okay even if you're not religious one of the things you can bring into this struggle i think from the religious world is the idea of a samba because the whole purpose of a sabbath is to take a break from the way you live your life during the week and to all of a sudden say yeah i'm going to shut off not just a social media but all media and listen to real people and listen to real voices it's one of the reasons that i feel so grateful for chaban every single week and we look it's great it's a privilege to be on radio to privileged to work with the people that i do it's a privilege to be able to talk to you at every week day but it's an even higher privilege to all of a sudden put away the car and put away the electronics and yes to put away the mobile devices and the social media and to focus on real people and deeper relationships including maybe even some eternal relationships it's part of the very basic idea when people ask what's the whole purpose of shibat it's not rest.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"To try to protect his own son from one of those predators that's right and and i think that's that every parent uh instinctively knows that were handing our child more than just a telephone right it's it's really a super confused computer there's more computer pop tower in this little device than was used to put a man on the moon and even though our kids are are more uh connected digitally with followers and and uh and friends online uh experts are actually saying that these devices have created the loneliest generation ever so there's all kinds of concerns and as parents we see the effects of it and what chelsea and i wanted to do would get off the defense i don't want to be a damagecontrol parents i want to get in front of it and i want to learn how to engage with my kids in social media and together and learn how to keep them safe and uh blaze new trails so that they can be champions not victims in the technology world speaking about blazing new trails i mean one of the things that you're film and the film kirk cameron connect is going to be a screening exclusively in movie theaters nationwide for two nights next week and people should definitely check it out because this is a topic that concerns everybody but eu emphasize in the film i religious solutions in terms of protecting and sometimes redeeming kids from these sorts of messages but you also i know intend your film for secular families that may not be looking for or have available to them religious solutions is there something that a a secular family should do more carefully or differently to protect kids from some of the dangers of social media well it's it's important for everyone to know that this movie is for all parents and grandparents teachers people who are who have influence over kids and especially the kids who are using technology which is pretty much all of them and the the main thing i'm hearing from expert send and in our film we i talked to uh experts in the field of family counselling psychology uh neuroscience uh technology entrepreneurs uh and then even my minister and you don't fit she sang above all seas for parents to stay in.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Our child more than just a telephone right it's it's really a supercomputer computer there's more computer pop power in this little device than was used to put a man on the mood and even though our kids are are more uh connected digitally with followers and and uh and friends online i experts are actually saying that these devices have created the loneliest generation ever so there's all kinds of concerns and as parents we see the effects of it and what chelsea and i wanted to do would get off the defense i don't wanna be a damagecontrol parents i want to get in front of it and i wanna learn how to engage with my kids in social media and together and learn how to keep them safe and uh blaze new trails so that they can eat champions not six comes in the technology world okay speaking about blazing new trails i mean one of the things that you're film and the film kirk cameron connect is going to be as screening exclusively in movie theaters nationwide for two nights next week and people should definitely check it out because this is a topic that concerns everybody but eu emphasize in the film i have religious solutions in terms of protecting and sometimes redeeming kids from these sorts of messages but you also i know intend your film for secular families that may not be looking for or have available to them religious solutions is there something that a a secular family should do more carefully or differently to protect kids from some of the dangers of social media well uh it's it's important for for everyone to know that this movie is for all parents and grandparents i teachers people who are who will have influence over kids and especially the kids who are using technology which is pretty much all of them and that's the main thing i'm hearing from experts send and in our film we i talk to uh experts in this field of family counselling psychology uh neuroscience uh technology entrepreneurs uh and then even my minister and you don't see the key thing above all he's for parents to stay in relationship with their children yes you want to block content and there's goods devices that you can use uh you can fight that technology with the technology uh but at the end of the.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"And now all america's number one show on pop culture and politics this is thumb michael medved show and another great day and this greatest nation on gone screen earth a great day for the trump administration making a great woman seriously that every single american should applaud we'll get to that in just a moment because if for some reason you think this announcement is a negative that i wanna know why one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six president trump also spoke today at sea pack and that's the conservative political action conference in washington dc i i've been too many many see banks in the past uh this year um well i'm actually broadcasting from hawaii uh it's the i wasn't as eager to go to see pack though i did watch with great great avidity and care every single word of president trump's a long and very well received very enthusiastically received address rallying the troops that is the address rip some new do for the trump administration which a lot of people a thought he might use the opportunity to take no is it a missed opportunity we will get to that coming up on the medved show we will also be talking a little bit as the president because the last couple of days about media influence here at what a lot of people see as a very serious nationwide problem for our young people particularly our young males like the horror pools shooter in florida uh does that problem who with social media there is a new film by kirk cameron who is a social critic very outspoken christian believer former hollywood cia heartthrob for growing pains i'm sure you remember him he had great success with the film pro marriage film called fireproof he's now out with a new film about the dangers of social media we will be talking about that will also be reviewing a big new science fiction film with natalie portman and jennifer j it oscar isaac and many others his cold annihilation people are comparing it to a rival or two alien actually have some comparisons to jurassic park as well we will be reviewing that coming up on the michael medved show first of all i'm eric trump in addition to what so many other aspects of these schools shooting controver brown first about a deal with it mentioned the influence of movies and video games in a conversation with reporters yesterday.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Wasn't as eager to go to see pack though i did watch with great great avidity and care every single word of president trump's a long and very well received very enthusiastically received address rallying the troops does the address represent some new direction for the trump administration which a lot of people have thought he might use the opportunity to take no i is it a missed opportunity we will get to that coming up on the medved show we will also be talking a little bit as the president was the last couple of days about media influence in what a lot of people see as a very serious nationwide problem for our young people take yearly our young males like the horrible schools shooter in florida at does that problem have to do with social media there is a new film by kirk cameron who is a social critic very outspoken christian believer former hollywood cia heartthrob from growing pains i'm sure you remember him he had great success with the film pro marriage film called fire approve he's now out with a new film about the dangers of social media we will be talking about that will also be reviewing a big new science fiction film with natalie portman and jennifer jasonleigh an oscar isaac and many others it is cold annihilation and a lot of people are comparing it to a rival or two alien actually have some comparisons to dress arctic park as well we will be reviewing that coming up on the michael medved show first of all i mention of president trump in addition to addressing so many other aspects of the school shooting controversy in the conference about a deal with it mentioned the influence of movies and video games in a conversation with reporters yesterday and the president said this book of the internet because a lot of bad things you're happened to young kids in young minds and their minds were being formed and we have to do something about to do so maybe what they're seeing and how they're seeing it and also video games i'm hearing more and more people say the level of violence on video games is really shaping young people's thoughts and.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on KOIL

"To get your tickets that is from well what has now become something that is amazing has been going on now around the country for a it's called revivals to now many of you may remember kirk cameron and he was one of the few is now basically become one of the few childhood actors that actually came out on the other side of it normal healthy prosperous as enjoying his life not damage so many of these kids go into the the modelling business the acting business and they're just destroyed as we've been hearing story after story all week long about these young people and it will revive us too is a national what they're calling a national family meeting revivals is going to be the first ever national live broadcast that was done from the museum of the bible and we'll kirk cameron does he brings together a a great group of people that are part of a discussion offering people hope and courage and unity and in some piece in their lives in these very troubled times i've now got a note kirk cameron and i i really have come to like him in respect him an awful lot and eat somebody that is everything you'd really want out of somebody that's famous these humble he's down earth he is a christian his conservative he believes in the things he believes in he's got a smile on his face is not angry like me sometimes and well it's kinda true on me and i i'm fighting the political wars in his as me off at times how are you hey ran so great to be talking with you again i actually think when i first heard about these events i said that is like the coolest idea and one time a number of years ago people came to me and said oh hannity you can do this event and you'll do it at one stage and it'll be in theaters everyone i'm like yeah but nobody's going to go.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on KELO

"It's time for a better and sire perspective zealand this this officials say levy to get your tickets i that is from well what has now become something that is amazing has been going on now around the country for a while it's called revivals to now many of you may remember kirk cameron and he was one of the few he's now basically become one of the few childhood actors that actually came out on the other side of it normal healthy process spurs enjoying his life not damage so many of these kids go into the the modelling business the acting business and they're just destroyed as we've been hearing story after story all week long about these young people anywhere revive us to is a national what they're calling a national family meeting revivals too is going to be the first ever national live broadcast that was done from the museum of the bible and we'll kirk cameron does it brings together a a great group of people that are part of a discussion offering people hope and courage and unity and in some piece in their lives in these very troubled times i've now got no no kirk cameron and i i really have come to light him in respect him an awful lot and eat somebody that is everything you'd really want out of somebody that's famous he's humble he's down earth he is a christian his conservative he believes in the things he believes in he's got a smile on his face is not angry like me sometimes and well it's kinda true i mean i i'm fighting the political wars in his as me off at times how are you hey ran so great to be talking with you again jar i actually think when i first heard about these events i said that there's like the coolest idea and one time a number of years ago people came to me and said oh hannity you can do this fatima event and you'll do it in one stage agen it'll be in.

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"kirk cameron" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"kirk cameron" Discussed on KTRH

"I that is from well what has now become something that is amazing that's been going on now around the country for while it's called revive owes two now many of you may remember kirk cameron and he was one of the few he's now basically become one of the few childhood actors that actually came out on the other side of it normal healthy prosperous enjoying his life not damaged so many of these kids go into the the modelling business the acting business and they're just destroyed as we've been hearing story after story all week long about these young people and it will revive us to is a national what they're calling a national family meeting revive us too is going to be the first ever national live broadcast that was done from the museum of the bible and what kirk cameron does he brings together a a great group of people that are part of a discussion offering people hope and courage and unity and and some piece in their lives in these very troubled times i've now got no kirk camera and i i really have come to like him in respect him an awful lot and he's somebody that is everything you'd really want out of somebody that's famous he's humble he's down the earth he is a christian his conservative he believes in the things he believes in he's got a smile on his face is not angry like me sometimes in well it's kinda true one million i i'm fighting the political wars in his his me off at times how are you so great if you're talking with your car i actually think when i first heard about these events i said that is like the coolest idea and one time a number of years ago people came to me and said oh hannity you can do this fatima vent and you'll do it at one stage and it'll be in theaters everyone i'm like.

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